Cal­i­for­nia’s re­al­ity is like a bad movie

The Fresno Bee (Sunday) - - Opinion -

Now play­ing at your home soon, “The state that dried up and blew away!” Pro­duced by those same in­ge­nious peo­ple who brought you pre­vi­ous block-buster thrillers such as, “In­san­ity on the high­speed rail,” “The Cal­i­for­nia or­ches­trated in­ferno,” “Help! My freeways are all clogged up and I re­ally gotta go,“and “The pot­hole that gob­bled up Fresno!” The lat­est cliffhange­r por­trays a realm that you all are fa­mil­iar with as it squan­ders trillions of gal­lons of badly needed wa­ter un­der the ruse of “sav­ing the en­vi­ron­ment.”

A few sane peo­ple try to save the day, but they are op­posed by the lib­eral left and their two re­cent toadie gov­er­nors. You will be sit­ting on the edge of your seat and bit­ing your fin­ger­nails as this sus­pense mas­ter­piece rushes to­wards the cli­max where a rea­son­able rem­nant break into the gov­er­nor’s of­fice to make one last plea to save their en­dan­gered state. And, you will cringe with hor­ror as the gov­er­nor ut­ters these fate­ful words, “Frankly my dears, I don’t give a dam!"

– Kris A. Up­ton, Chowchilla

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